Types of Local Government

Professor Harold Alderfer classified types of local government into four basic types namely, the French type, the English type, the Communist type and the Traditional type. The French Type: in the French type, the local government is an extension of the central government. The staffs of the local government are part of the staff of …

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Traditional Rulers and Local Government in Nigeria

Traditional rulers and local government in Nigeria: Traditional rulers are those who possess traditional authorities in their respective communities. They are referred to as traditional heads of their communities. They are the custodian of the custom and traditions of the people. Traditional rulers have the highest authorities in their communities. Traditional rulers in Nigeria are …

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How to graduate with first Class from the University

University is not difficulty like secondary education; it is easier to graduate with first class from the university than making 9A’s in your secondary school final exams (West Africa Examination).  University exams are not like secondary school certificate examination. In the university, your results are cumulatively calculated unlike in secondary school/high school where you have …

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Civil Service Reforms in Nigeria

Civil service reforms in Nigeria are those reforms the civil service of Nigeria has underwent to ensure effective and efficient civil service system in Nigeria. Civil service reforms in Nigeria has been carried out by many administrations, starting from colonial to post colonial, military to democratic time. The major civil service reforms embarked upon over …

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Duties and Obligations of Citizens

Duties and obligations of citizens includes loyalty to the state, payment of taxes and rates, obeying the law, engagement in military service, voting in an election, reporting criminals, having respect for the national anthem, respect for the heads of state, chief executives, elders, judges and caring for public property. Section 24 of the 1999 constitution …

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